Tuesday, May 11, 2021

T Stands for Indigo Dye - Part 1

 


Grab your favorite beverage and watch how indigo dye is made. The video is very meditative.

Drop by hosts, Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog to find out what the rest of the T Stands For gang is up to. If you want to play, include in your Tuesday post a beverage or container for a beverage. Don't forget to link your blog to Bleubeard and Elizabeth's page.

30 comments:

  1. Fascinating video, thanks for sharing, Valerie

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  2. Wow, such a meditative process! I loved the filmography too and it looked such a beautiful place where she lived too, so peaceful πŸ˜€. Thanks for sharing, I can't wait to see Part 2! Happy T Day wishes! Hugs, Jo x

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    1. She has lots of other videos of her gardening, cooking, making stuff.

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  3. Wow! This is so interesting. Thank you for sharing it.

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  4. Gorgeous color! and yes, that meditative aspect is calming. I was sorry to see it end and looked for more lol Thanks for this. Happy T Tuesday

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  5. That dog was vocal. I enjoyed this video. It wasn't all that meditative to me when the dog let out a big bark every so often, but I still enjoyed it. thanks for sharing this with us for T this Tuesday, dear CJ.

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  6. That is a cool video. I first of all love looked at their garden area. I thought the process was fascinating and that girl was so talented. Thanks for sharing CJ. Hope your T day is going well.

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    1. She does lots of interesting videos. Planting, gathering, making her food. All things done with mindfulness

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  7. What a great video! I loved seeing the process.
    Happy Tea Day,
    Kate

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  8. That was beautiful! I enjoyed that. I really did make myself a large cup of licorice tea and watched it. I hope there is more to come as I want to see what the finished material is going to look like. It probably will look like batik, as it looked like she was applying that technique. As I write this I am sitting under a large piece of Indonesian batik which is about 100 years old.I will feature it in my next Tuesday blog (If I remember).
    Thanks for sharing this. I wish I could read the Chinese as I'd love to know what the chemicals are that she puts in. It is quite a process!
    Happy T-Day,
    Hugs,
    Lisca

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    1. Part 2 next week and I look forward to seeing your antique Indonesian batik

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  9. Amazing video CJ! Thank you! Truly enjoyed it! CJ, I love what you wrote on Sandy's blog about dandelions! Big Hugs!

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  10. I´d like to see the finished product. An interesting, soothing video.

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  11. That was very interesting and very calming. What a beautiful life and they are very talented. Wow. I am so amazed and impressed. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. She is just amazing with the things she can do.

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  12. that was one beautifully done video and wow the work that goes into it.... well maybe it's not considered work to her but her art...anyway, i put this on my list to go and watch more.

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